Tall Ships

  1. AtylaAtyla

    Atlya is a stunning Spanish wooden Tall Ship with a 1800s look that charms wherever she goes. The guests’ experience doesn’t come from the vessel alone however. The warm and welcoming crew will make sure everything goes smoothly for your reception. For more…

  2. Statsraad LehmkuhlStatsraad Lehmkuhl

    A three-masted barque rigged for sail training, the Statsraad Lehmkuhl is based in Norway. She was first been built in Germany in 1914 as school training ship for the German Merchant Marine before being taken by the UK as a prize after World War One. However, the story doesn’t stop there and she was recaptured by German troops in the Second World War before being donated to a training foundation in 1978. Now she is chartered and continues to work in the northern seas of Europe. Come aboard and experience this rich history yourself! For more…

  3. SorlandetSorlandet

    Sørlandet started life as a Norwegian merchant marine training ship and has played a part in many important international events like the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago and marked the 100th Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty by crossing the Atlantic in 1986. She features heavily in maritime festivals across Scandinavia but can be chartered across Europe and North America. For more…

  4. MorgensterMorgenster

    She was originally used as a North Sea fishing vessel under the name ‘Vrouwe Maria’ until a motor was fitted in 1928 and then her name was changed in 1957 to Morgenster. Fully restored in 2008, she has a mission to preserve historical seafaring around the world. Often ahead in the Tall Ship Races, Morgenster is a leader on the sail training circuit across Europe, visiting ports and entertaining Corporate and private groups alike. For more…

  5. Golden LionGolden Lion

    A big Tall Ship but decked out like a high-class yacht from the 1930s, Gulden Leuw (Golden Lion) is a great Dutch ship. Her size and double deck formation means she can take big numbers – up to 300 by the quay and 200 cruising inland waters. For more…

  6. EuropaEuropa

    Originally a German lightship from 1911, EUROPA was fully restored as a three-masted Barque by a Dutchman in 1994. Now as a Dutch vessel, she is fully retrofitted and a specialist Sail-Training Ship, she travels around the world entertaining and teaching her craft. For more…

  7. Christian RadichChristian Radich

    Imagine 1360 square metres of sail, 9000 metres of rope and 37m high masts – that’s Christian Radich. One of three large Norwegian ‘Class A’ ships in Belfast in 2015, she is a real beauty that will be at the centre of the show and in high demand. For more…

  8. Alexander von Humboldt IIAlexander von Humboldt II

    Launched in 2011, Alexander von Humboldt II is a German tall ship built to replace her predecessor, the first Alexander von Humboldt that contributed greatly to training all ages on tall ships between 1906 and 1988. This new vessel carries on the tradition of excellence and expertise. Come aboard and see for yourself! For more…

  9. EendrachtEendracht

    Eendracht was built in 1989 in the Netherlands. Her grand three masts and rigging cut a beautiful shape across the sky as she cruises around the world all year round. She was named after the Dutch word for ‘unison’ and in this vein, Eendracht is a sail training ship that specialises in bringing young people together and giving them an introduction to sailing and the sea. While visiting ports she also welcomes Corporate groups on board to learn the ropes and come together on the water. For more…

  10. La GraceLa Grace

    Built as a replica of a brig from blueprints from 1768, La Grace comes from a proud maritime tradition that celebrates her naval architect Admiral Fredrik Henrik af Chapman, a pioneer ship builder from the latter half of the 18th century. She is used for many traditional roles such as transporting historic cargoes and teaching old seaman knowledge. When she is not bringing sugar and tobacco across the Atlantic or keeping traditional maritime skills alive she can be found catching eyes at tall ship festivals around the world. A real beauty! For more…

  11. Lord NelsonLord Nelson

    Commissioned as the flagship of the Jubilee Sailing Trust, Lord Nelson was constructed over two years in Wivenhoe in Essex. She was built to help those with disabilities to sail and ‘change lives for everyone who came on board.’ A marvellous and admirable vessel whether on the quayside or while under full sail at sea. For more…

  12. Pelican of LondonPelican of London

    Based in Weymouth, Pelican of London was built in 1948 in Le Havre as an Arctic trawler and trading vessel. She continued as a working vessel until 1995 when she refitted and a massive project was launched to strip her back and transform her into a tall ship. She now operates as a trainee ship and is available for charter when not visiting European ports on the Tall Ships Races circuit. For more…

  13. Santa Maria ManuelaSanta Maria Manuela

    Santa Maria Manuela was built in a record time of 62 days in the CUF yard in Lisbon. Commissioned by the Portuguese fishing company Empresa de Pesca de Viana, she operated as a fishing vessel for many years and was only recently rebuilt to focus on her original distinctive details. Now available for charter and a regular visitor on tall ship port visits, she is prefect for entertaining guests in style. For more…

  14. Mercedes at SailMercedes

    The Mercedes was launched in May 2005 and she is one of the very newest in the international fleet of tall ships. Her comfort, impressive rigging, and professional crew ensure an excellent event onboard. The spacious main deck can be covered with an awning to provide shade in hot weather or shelter from rain. Inside, a wide entrance leads to the stunning Mercedes bar, the restaurant and the saloon. More on Mercedes here…

     

  15. Wylde SwanWylde Swan

    Completed in May 2010, with a length over all of 62 meter and a sail area of 1130m2, Wylde Swan is the worlds biggest topsail schooner. All aspects of the ship, its crew and the operational concept are carefully matched to provide sail trainees with the learning experience of a lifetime. Wylde Swan is available for corporate training and assessment, youth sailing programmes, presentations, functions and charters. In port, Wylde Swan offers a mediagenic backdrop for corporate sponsors, with a top-notch catering concept.

  16. Jean de la LuneJean de la Lune

    A brigantine constructed of Oak in Brittany in 1957, Jean de la Lune is maintained to the highest standards as a charter vessel and regular competitor in the Tall Ships Races. A familiar face at tall ship festivals around Europe, come aboard this magnificent tall ship on all manner of bespoke Corporate Events and sailing training experiences.

  17. Artemis, Tower Bridge and City HallArtemis

    Launched in 1926, the Artemis traded all around the World until the late 1950’s. With impressive square rigging, Artemis is a perfect combination of nostalgia and luxury. Ideal for corporate hospitality, incentives, meetings and team building events. A spacious, pleasant saloon equipped with bar and dance floor is located at the rear of the ship. The deckhouse offers a wonderful panoramic view. She also has great accommodation. More on Artemis…

     

  18. Oosterschelde's saloonOosterschelde

    This beautiful Topsail Schooner began a long process of restoration and her saloons were beautifully converted with many original fittings. The Oosterschelde can offer opportunities in harbours all over the world. She is particularly suitable for daytrips, corporate presentations and parties, but the ship may also be chartered for an extended period or for a special voyage or project. More on Oosterschelde here…

     

  19. PogoriaPogoria

    Pogoria was launched in 1980. A Polish three masted Barquentine, Pogoria has a total of 1000 square metres of sail that put her regularly in the top 3 positions in the Tall Ships Races. In 1999 she even won the most prestigious and important ‘Cutty Sark’ award. Pogoria is a fantastic ship to visit and she has a diverse rig to sail on. A very professional crew will meet you on any event – an all-round superstar.

  20. The main saloon on AtlantisAtlantis

    In 2005, a century after her launch, Atlantis underwent a general refurbishment, while maintaining her unique, sophisticated character. A large ship, she can accommodate up to 138 guests for day cruises. She has a spacious main deck including a bar and ample seating in an elegant maritime dining room. There are also 18 air-conditioned, twin-bedded cabins, so can be used as a cruise and hotel ship. More on Atlantis here…